|Tournament:||Spanish La Liga|
|Match Date:||21 Oct 2017|
|Start Time:||4:30 PM|
|Match:||Sevilla vs Valencia|
|Address:||Av. de Suècia, s/n, 46010 València, Spain|
Sevilla FC, the oldest football club in Spain, was formed on 25 January 1890. The club is the most successful team of the autonomous community of Andalusia and has achieved a La Liga title, 5 Spanish Cups, a Spanish Super Cup, 5 UEFA Europa Leagues and also a UEFA Super Cup. Sevilla became the first club to be named as the World’s best club by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics twice consecutively in 2006 and 2007. Sevilla plays their Seville derby against their local rivals Real Betis.
Argentine coach Eduardo Berizzo took the role of the head coach of Sevilla in June 2017, and under his guidance the club has already defeated the Champions League side Istanbul BB with 4-3 aggregate. The club has also started the La Liga 2017-18 season quite well and the fans are now expecting a tremendous success of the club this season.
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In the next five matches Sevilla will face 3 La Liga opponents and 1 Champions League teams, besides performing in a Copa Del Rey match, to secure their place in the top spot of the competitions. With an undefeated streak in Champions League and La Liga 2017-18 till now, Sevilla is expected to achieve a pretty good place in the league table of 2017-18 and also in the UCL. Here goes the full detail of the next matches of Sevilla.
Competition: La Liga [Matchday 9] Date: 21st October 2017 [Saturday] 4:30 PM [GMT] Venue: Mestalla Stadium
Competition: Copa Del Rey [Matchday 1] Date: 24th October 2017 [Sunday] 5:30 PM [GMT] Venue: Estadio Cartagonova
Competition: La Liga [Matchday 10]
Date: 29th October 2017 [Sunday] TBD
Venue: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium
Competition: Champions League [Matchday 4] Date: 1st November 2017 [Wednesday] 7:45 PM [GMT] Venue: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium
Competition: La Liga [Matchday11] Date: 5th November 2017 [Sunday] Venue: Camp Nou
Here goes the entire detail of all the matches Sevilla played or will play in the new season of 2017-18. We will update the scores of each match regularly, so keep your eyes on the page to know the latest performance, live stream and scores of the Spanish club Sevilla.
* All times are in GMT [Greenwich Mean Time]
|17.08.2017||Istanbul BB vs. Sevilla||Champions League||BaşakşehirFatihTerim Stadium||1-2||FT|
|20.08.2017||Sevilla vs. Espanyol||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||1-1||FT|
|23.08.2017||Sevilla vs. Istanbul BB||Champions League||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||2-2||FT|
|27.08.2017||Getafe vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Coliseum Alfonso Pérez||0-1||FT|
|09.09.2017||Sevilla vs. Eibar||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||3-0||FT|
|13.09.2017||Liverpool vs. Sevilla||Champions League||Anfield||2-2||FT|
|17.09.2017||Girona vs. Sevilla||La Liga||EstadiMontilivi||0-1||FT|
|20.09.2017||Sevilla vs. Las Palmas||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||1-0||FT|
|23.09.2017||Atletico Madrid vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Wanda Metropolitano||2-0||FT|
|26.09.2017||Sevilla vs. NK Maribor||Champions League||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||3-0||FT|
|30.09.2017||Sevilla vs. Malaga||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||2-0||FT|
|14.10.2017||Athletic vs. Sevilla||La Liga||San Mamés Stadium||1-0||FT|
|17.10.2017||Spart Moscow vs. Sevilla||Champions League||Otkrytiye Arena||5-1||FT|
|21.10.2017||Valencia vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Mestalla Stadium||–||4:30 PM|
|24.10.2017||FC Cartagena vs. Sevilla||Copa Del Rey||Estadio Cartagonova||5:30 PM|
|29.10.2017||Sevilla vs. Leganes||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|01.11.2017||Sevilla vs. Spart Moscow||Champions League||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||7:45 PM|
|05.11.2017||Barcelona vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|19.11.2017||Sevilla vs. Celta Vigo||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|21.11.2017||Sevilla vs. Liverpool||Champions League||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||7:45 PM|
|26.11.2017||Villarreal vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Estadio de la Cerámica||–||TBD|
|03.12.2017||Sevilla vs. Deportivo||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|06.12.2017||NK Maribor vs. Sevilla||Champions League||Ljudskivrt Stadium||–||7:45 PM|
|10.12.2017||Real Madrid vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|17.12.2017||Sevilla vs. Levante||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|20.12.2017||Real Sociedad vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Anoeta Stadium||–||TBD|
|07.01.2018||Sevilla vs. Betis||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|14.01.2018||Alaves vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Mendizorrotza Stadium||–||TBD|
|21.01.2018||Espanyol vs. Sevilla||La Liga||RCDE Stadium||–||TBD|
|28.01.2018||Sevilla vs. Getafe||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|04.02.2018||Eibar vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Ipurua Municipal Stadium||–||TBD|
|11.02.2018||Sevilla vs. Girona||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|18.02.2018||Las Palmas vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Estadio Gran Canaria||–||TBD|
|25.02.2018||Sevilla vs. Atletico||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|28.02.2018||Malaga vs. Sevilla||La Liga||La Rosaleda Stadium||–||TBD|
|04.03.2018||Sevilla vs. Athletic||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|11.03.2018||Sevilla vs. Valencia||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|18.03.2018||Leganes vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Estadio Municipal de Butarque||–||TBD|
|01.04.2018||Sevilla vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|08.04.2018||Celta Vigo vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Balaídos Stadium||–||TBD|
|15.04.2018||Sevilla vs. Villarreal||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|18.04.2018||Deportivo vs. Sevilla||La Liga||EstadioRiazor||–||TBD|
|22.04.2018||Sevilla vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|29.04.2018||Levante vs. Sevilla||La Liga||EstadiCiutat de València||–||TBD|
|06.05.2018||Sevilla vs. Real Sociedad||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
|13.05.2018||Betis vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Estadio Benito Villamarín||–||TBD|
|20.05.2018||Sevilla vs. Alaves||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium||–||TBD|
Here we will update the recent five matches’ results of Sevilla so that you can always be updated about your favorite team. So keep your eyes on this page of Sporteology to know the latest results and highlights of the Spanish club Sevilla.
Sevilla created several great chances of scoring in the first half of this La Liga game against Atletico but failed to score. Atletico, on the other hand, came up strong in the second half and Yannick Carrasco scored the first goal for them in the 46th minute. Antoine Griezmann then scored the second goal for Atletico with a brilliant strike in the 69th minute. The match ended with 2-0 score in favor of Atletico Madrid.
Sevilla won an amazing match against Maribor at their home ground Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium, with 3 wonderful goals, scored by Wissam Ben Yedder who made two goals in the 27th and 38th min, as well as a Penalty shot in the 83rd min.
Sevilla had yet another good win with two goals in the match played on their home ground, Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium. While the first half of the match went goalless, Ever Banega scored a penalty shot in the 68th min, and this was followed by Luis Muriel’s goal in the 70th min. Malaga did not have a response to the two goals.
Sevilla 0-1 Athletic Bilbao [14.10.2017 – La Liga]
Sevilla started quite a defensive way against home team Athletic Bilbao and Bilbao got 3 yellow cards for their harsh gameplay. Shortly after, Mikel Vesga scored a goal for Bilbao with a brilliant strike in the 43rd minute. Sevilla started to become more aggressive to get the equalizer but got 5 back-to-back yellow cards for the gameplay. They failed to score any equalizer in the second half and the match ended in favor of Bilbao.
Sevilla 1-5 Spart Moscow [17.10.2017 – Champions League]
Sevilla lost to Spartak Moscow, as Quincy Promes opened and closed for the home team, scoring in the 18th and 90th min, while Lorenzo Melgarejo, Denis Glushakov and Luiz Adriano scored in the 58th, 67th and 74’th min. Sevilla responded with one goal by Simon Kjaer in the 30th min